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Where We Walk 

Those Who Guide Us 

Who We Are 

The Things We Do 

The Fun We Have 

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Now we, like countless others before us. may muse upon our Seniorhood, upon 
the Saint Mary's we have known, upon the memories we share with our classmates. 
We startled Seniors realize that now we have more in common with the Alumnae 
than with the jocular juniors who sat at our tables and laughed at our parallel 
reading and tolerated our dignity. We feel very old, for we have known the quiet 
traditions that our grandmothers knew, and yet very young for we are part of the 
new ideas of student government and current events courses. Our very graduation 
is indicative of the progress we have seen in our careers at school. The 1941 Stage 
Coach is a record of our school life, a careful picture of us as individuals, of the 
effect of tradition upon us, and of our effect upon Saint Mary's. Suddenly Saint 
Mary's does not belong to us alone. Holt will see other Easter corsages, will 
echo with phone calls for other ears. The excitement of commencement has for 
us a touch of wistfulness. 



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In square, good-natured stolidity W est Rock echoes the laughter of 1941 and remembers 
the wisteria-covered days of its youth. 



The Chapel holds a constant promise of the peace so often forgotten in the not-too-carefree 
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Holding fast to its miniature mysteries of spotlights and "backstage," the Auditorium 
pompously rings to the oratory of Daniel Webster and the haunting impressionism of Debussy. 



The light-hearted echoes of laugher fade wistfully as coveted Holt passes to a new regime. 



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The white-pillared portals of Swedes bespeak majestic, benevolent protection for the 
ninety -ninth little world within their walls. 




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<=^D e d i c a t e A to 

MRS. NANNIE II. MARRIOTT 

whose efficiency, skilled direction, and ready 
willingness is manifested daily in our dining 
room, dormitories, and social life. 




MRS. NANNIE H. MARRIOTT 




Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, 
A.B., M.A., D.D. 



The Bishops 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, D.D., Chairman 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Rt. Rev. Thos. E. Darst. D.D. 

Wilmington, N. C. 
Rt. Rev. Robert E. Gribbin, D.D. 

Asheville, N. C. 
Rt. Rev. Albert S. Thomas, D.D. 

Charleston, S. C. 
Rt. Rev. John J. Gravatt. D.D. 

Columbia. S. C. 



Clerical and Lay Trustees 

Diocese of North Carolina 
(Until 1942) 



Mr. Graham H. Andrews 
Mr. Richard H. Lewis 
Mrs. Walter D. Toy . 
Miss Easdale Shaw . 



(Until 1945) 

Mr. Joseph B. Cheshire. Jr. 
Rev. I. Harding Hughes . 
Hon. John J. Parker . . 
Rev. I. Wayne Hughes . . 



. . Raleigh 

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Chapel Hill 

Charlotte 



Raleigh 

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Charlotte 

Henderson 



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Diocese of East Carolina 
(Until 1941) 

Mrs. J. Lawrence Sprunt . . Wilmington 
Rev. Worth Wicker .... Greenville 

(Until 1943) 
Mr. E. 0. Rehm Fayetteville 

Diocese of Western Xorth Carolina 
I Until 19411 

Rev. Wm. C. Cravner .... Biltmore 
Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson .... Franklin 

(Until 1942) 

Mrs. A. B. Stoney .... Morganton 
Rev. B. M. Lackey Lenoir 

Diocese of South Carolina 

(Until 1941) 

Dr. S. R. Lucas Florence 

Mr. B. Allston Moore . . . Charleston 

(Until 1941) 

Rev. W. S. Poyner Florence 

Rev. William Way .... Charleston 

Diocese of Upper South Carolina 
(Until 1944) 

Rev. Maurice Clarke .... Camden 
Mr. L. A. Emerson Columbia 

(Until 1944) 

Mr. W. B. Moore. Sr York 

Rev. Thos. P. Noe York 

Executive Committee 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick. D.D.. Chairman 

Mr. Graham H. Andrews 

Mr. Joseph B. Cheshire, Jr. 

Rev. I. Harding Hughes 

Rev. I. Wayne Hughes 

Mr. Richard H. Lewis 

Miss Easdale Shaw 

Mrs. W. D. Toy 



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Mrs. Ernest Cruikshank, B.S.. M.A. 

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these associates guide 
the spiritual and. business 
affairs (>l the school. 



The Rev. Henry F. Kloman 

Chaplain 

Mr. Albert W. Tucker. B.S. 
I Secretary and Business Manager 



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Across: Sally Digges, A.B., M.A., Spanish, French ; Floren-ce Davis, B.O., Expression ; Caroline 
Estelle Harris, B.Des., Art; Rachel Johnson, A.B., M.A., French 




First row: RosAxiE McNeill, A.B., M.A., History, Biology, Bible; Marjorie Lalor, A.B., Biology. 
Hygiene: Janet Brouchton, A.B., M.A., Library Assistant 

Back row: Elizabeth Bason, A.B., M.A., Home. Economics; Ruth Linlrerry. A.B.. M.A., Mathe- 
matics; William Conrad Guess, A.B., M.A. History, Sociology. Economics. Government 

Not photographed: Mary Helen Dodd, A.B., M.A., Physics, Chemistry, German 



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Left to right: Mrs. James Greenwood, A.B.. M.A.. English; Charles Albert Peticrii Moore, A.B., 

M.A., English; Watson- K. Partrick, A.B., Bible. Latin, History 
Not photographed: Nell Battle Lewis, A.B., English, History; Mabel Margaret Morrison, A.B., 

M.A., Ph.D.. Latin, History, Psychology 




Left to right: Ruth Holmes Scott, B.Mus., M.A., History of Music, Piano; Russell Brouchton, A.B., 
Mus.M., F.A.G.O., Organ, Piano, Harmony; Herbert A. Bird, B.M., Violin, Piano; Geraldine Cate, 
A.B., M.A., Voice; Donald Peery, Mus.B., Piano. 



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Front row, left to right: Slocumb Davis, B.S., Secretarial Courses; Mrs. Harlan C. Brown, A.B., M.A., 
Librarian; Mrs. Sara Gibson. A.B.. Secretarial Courses; Virginia L. Williamson, A.B., Assistant 
Librarian 

Back row; Rebecca Harvey, B.S.. Physical Education; Evadna Jane Goss, B.S., Dancing, Physical 
Education 




Here, over open fires and ping-pong tables the faculty relaxes ils professional role. 




Left to right: Mrs. L. B. Naylor, R.N.. Matron of the Infirmary; Mrs. Hugh McCleod, Hostess; Mrs. 

Walter Simpson, Assistant Housekeeper 
Not photographed: Mrs. Nannie H. Marriott, Dietitian: Dr. H. B. Haywood, Jr., School Physician 




Left to right: Mary Lewis Sasser, Secretary; Julia Jordan, Secretary; Elizabeth G. Tucker, Secre- 
tary to the President; Bessie Brown, Secretary; Frances Vann, Assistant Secretary: Sarah Vann, 
A.B., Alumnae Secretary 




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Play, fiddle, play . . . Sunshine n water colors . . . Early Eastern Morn. 
So good natured . . . Pass the butter . . . peek-a-boo . . . love game! 
You got me . . . Now, girls . . . why, Miss Goss! 



Upon the burgeoning wisdom of their youth rests the responsibility for the 
stability and order of student government. 




Jinnette Hood, Vice President; Ella Gale Lamb. Secretary: Adelaide Curtis, President; 
Katiierine Kiriiy. President of Day Students; Pace Marshall, Chairman of Hall Council 



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The STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS hold the most difficult, and In far the 
most responsible, positions in school. Adelaide Curtis has proved herself an able 
leader. With friendliness born of true understanding of her fellow-students' prob- 
lems, and an interest in everything and everyone, she has handled the 1941 Student 
Body with rare skill. Jinnette Hood, affable and pleasant, has made a place for 
herself as Adelaide's right hand num. Personable Gale Lamb has reaped a reward 
of hardened fingers from her extensive work in holding the responsible position of 
Secretary of the Honor Council. Katiierine Kirby has brought the boarding and 
day students closer together by her conscientious efforts to interest the latter in 
more campus activities. As Editor of the fall Handbook and Chairman of the Hall 
Council. Page Marshall has guided the Hall Council wisely and well and leaves her 
successor an excellent example of administration. 

These girls by their untiring efforts in strengthening the bond between students 
and faculty have left shoes whose successors will have to step lively to fill them 
capably next year. 



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With fairness and understanding as its watchword, the Honor Council is the 
Supreme Court of Saint Mary's. 




Elizabeth Willcox, Helen Ford, Jinnette Hood, Adelaide Curtis, President; Ella Gale Lamb, 
Olivia Ann Smith, Mary Love 



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The HONOR COUNCIL has the distinction of being the Supreme Court of the 
Student Government Association. Respected by every student who realizes the 
benefits of being a part of this self-governing community, the Honor Council has as 
its duty the general supervision of student conduct and dealing with infringements 
of the Honor Code. Although the Student Government Association is not new at 
Saint Marys, it is in a formative period still. It requires careful guidance to in- 
crease its efficiency and to maintain the high standard created by previous councils. 
With fairness and wisdom beyond their years, the members of this council have 
assumed the difficult duty of administering justice and guiding their fellow- 
students and have contributed strength and permanence to the Association. 



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The Hall Council regulates dormitory life and handles its routine problems 
sympathetically and wisely. 




Left to right: Bothwell, Stucky, Noble, Woodard. Clrtis, Kelly, M.G., Harris, Faculty 
Adviser; Kitchtn, M„ Marshall, P., Chairtnan; Will, Secretary; Tucker, Nelson, Adkins, 
Brooks, Harris, I. D., Northcutt, Pariiam, Norman 



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The HALL COLINCIL. which handles all routine dormitory regulations, was created 
in 1939 to supplement the Honor Council. The Council, consisting of a chairman, 
a faculty adviser, and student representatives from the various classes, meets once a 
week to consider factors governing dormitory life. This year it was instrumental 
in setting up a point system which simplified the structure of campus regulations. A 
particularly successful group, the Hall Council has helped increase the efficiency of 
Student Government, and has fostered a better understanding between faculty and 
students. 



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Through this group funnels the student body s progressive ideas. 




Dunn. Co-chairman; Wickhan, Secretary 

Front row: Harris, Co-chairman; Adkins, Curtis, Marshall, P.. Hood, Mahan, Cheatham 

Back row; Davis, F., Morrison, O'Hehron, Newell, Norman, Poisson, Moore 



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To the LEGISLATIVE BODY go all petitions affecting school life. Students who 
desire new regulations or the revision of old ones submit petitions to this body, 
which revises and passes or rejects them. This group consists of the class presidents. 
the president of the Student Body, the president of the Day Students, faculty repre- 
sentatives, and other student representatives elected by the Student Body. As soon 
as a petition has been approved by the president of the school, it is incorporated into 
the regulations and goes immediately into effect. Each year through the efforts of 
this group are extended social privileges which tend to increase tire pleasures of 
school and dormitory life. The Hall Council and Honor Council supervise the regu- 
lations adopted by the Legislative Body. 




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11 ith traditional grace the officers of the class of 1941 harp served the Seniors 
as leaders and as friends. 







kvnii.itiM. Fleming, J ice President; Janice Fitzgerald, Secretary; Ei\m\ Cheatham, President 



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The SENIORS, guided by their sprightly president, greeted shy new-comers on 
Smedes front steps one hot September 10. True, they didn't feel like Seniors then, 
but ;i lew weeks of sleeping through breakfast on Monday mornings and lunching 
at the Little Store on Saturdays convinced them that they were. Coveted Holt Hall 
was their abode, from which came the chatter of Senior meetings, quotations from 
Chaucer and the Monday morning click of toasters. These same Seniors usually 
were seen with noses buried in Eleven British Writers or Seven French Plays, but they 
could rustle in taffeta n orchids at the Senior dance, cheer at football games, and 
go with their dates to Saturday night movies like regular promlrotters to whom the 
Malthusian theor) of the increase of population or Schopenhauer's psychological 
theory meant absolutely nothing. They had their fingers in every pie and were the 
driving force behind every undertaking, whether it was Bundles lor Britain or May 
Day- They endeared themselves to both faculty and students l>\ their earnestness. 
willingness, and sincere kindliness. 



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Caro Bayley 

Springfield, Ohio 

ordering shoes, giggles, meek manner 

Letter Club 40, 41; Dramatic Club 40, 41; Granddaughters' Club 
40. 41; Political Science Club 41; Sigma. 





Margaret Little Blount 

Bethel, N. C. 

week-ends, angora socks, "blomlic" 

Political Science Club 41; Altar Guild II: Choir 41; Ma} Courl II: 
Granddaughters' Club 40. 41; 1/w. 





Edna Earle Boykin 

Wilson, N. C. 

craziness, mischief, jokes 

Political Science Club 41; Altar Guild 41; Deutsche* \. 
Sigma. 



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Mamie Hunter Burnett 

Spartanburg, South Carolina 

misspelling, "nee voice," Mr. Moore, Duke 

Altar Guild 41; Letter Club 40, 41; Political Science Club 41; 
Dramatic Club 40; ,1/n. 




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Mary Isabelle Chambers 

Marion. N. C. 

// ale Forest, smiles, quiet manner, pretty ryes 

Political Science Club 41: Altar Guild II: Dramatic Club UiSigmn. 




Elvira Young Cheatham 

Henderson. N. C. 

hair ribbons, colors, art, vivacity 

Choir 39, 40. 41; Glee Club 39. 40. 41: Dramatic Club 39. 40. 41: 
Granddaughters' Club 39. 40. 41; Political Science Club 41: Altar 
Guild 41; Legislative Body 41; Stage Coach Art Staff 40. 41: Vice 
President Sophomore Class 39; Vice President junior Class 40: Pres- 
ident Senior Class 41: Sigma. 




Mary Emily Claiborne 

Hnnlsville. Alabama 

"devils.' sports. British War Reliej 

Dramatic Club 40. 41: Letter Club 40. 41; Circle 40. 41. President 
41: Sigma Lambda Literary Society 40. 41: Athletic Council 41: 
Choir 41: Political Science Club II: \liar Guild 41: Dance Club 
41: l/„. Vice President 41. 




Mary Martha Cobb 

Chapel Hill. N. C. 

meekness, long eyelashes, studiousness, willingness 

Deutscher Verein 40. 41; Dame Club 41: Circle 41: Grand- 
daughters' Club 40, 41: Political Science Club II: Utar Guild 
41; Letter Club 41; Sipum. 



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Mary Strange Collins 

Hillsboro, N. C. 

spontaneous laughter, "little sisters," freckles, II i) o Silver 

Political Science Club 41; Dramatic Club 41; Dance Club II: Drive Coi 
miltee 41; Altar Guild 41; l/«. 




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Adelaide Hodman Curtis 

Norfolk. \ irginia 

efficiency, calls to Chapel Hill, neatness, giggles 

President of Sophomore Class 39; Honor Council 39. 41; Dramatic 
Club 39, 40. 41; Legislative Body 39. 40. 41; Letter Club 40. 41; 
President of Junior Class 40; Political Science Club 41: Circle 41: 
Y.P.S.L. Council 40; Hall Council tl; \ltai Guild 41; President ..I 
Student Body 41; Mu. 





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Anne Fayssoux Davis 

Durham, N. C. 

grace. V.M.I., slow speech, swimming 

Letter Club 40. 41: Altar Guild 41; Marshal II: Political Science 
Club 41; Mav Court 41: Sigma, President II. 




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Martha Lancaster Ellen 

Raleigh, N. C. 

rluh coupe, State, helplessness, smile 




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Janice Bennett Fitzgerald 

Smithfield, N. C. 

pianos, honorable mentions, laughs, red heads 

Circle 41; Secretary and Treasurer of Senior < .la*s 41; Doctors' 
Daughters' Club 40, 4], Treasurer 41; French Club 41, President 41; 
Choir 40, 41; Glee Club 40. 41; 1//,. 



Katherine Mortimer Fleming 

Wilson, N. C. 

dancing, popularity, orchestras, beaches 

Hall Council 40; Granddaughters' Club 40, 41, Secretary and 
Treasurer 41; Vice President Senior Class 41; Dance Marshal 41; 
Max Courl 41: Dance Club 11; Altar Guild 41: Political Science Club 
40. 41 : \lu. 




Helen Somerville Ford 

Martinsville, Virginia 

/ ./'./.. little store, sweetness, sincerity 

Publications Stall' 40, 41; Dramatic Club 40. 41, Treasurer 41; 
Granddaughters' Club 40, 41; Y.P.S.L. Council 40. 41; Honoi 
Council 41: Altai Guild 41. Vice President 41; Sigma. 



Amine King Gai.breath 

Kinslon. N. C. 
petiteness, phone rails, "well, ' reticent 
Political Science Club ill. II: Altai Guild II: \\u. 



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Jessica Vann Graham 

Charlotte, N. C. 

generosity, humor, studying, fickleness 

Deutscher Verein 41, President 41; Doctors' Daughters' Club 39, 41; 
Granddaughters' Club 39, 41; Altar Guild 41; Political Science Club 
41; Mil. 



Sarah Locke Hardison 
Raleigh, N. C. 
glasses, Promtrotter. quiet manner, Blond Demon 
Vice President Day Students 40; Legislative Body 40; Sigma. 



Sue Somerville Harwood 

New York, New York 

Worldly air, queer pins, dramatic ability. World's Fair 

Altar Guild 41; Granddaughters' Club 38, 39, 40, 41 ; E.A.P. Literary 
Society 40. 41; Dramatic Club 38, 39, 40, 41; Doctors' Daughters" 
Club 38, 39. 40. 41. President 40; Political Science Club 40, 41; 
Chapel Treasurer 40, 41; Publications Staff 40, 41; Circle 41; 
Sigma, 






Virginia Ruth Hassincer 

Raleigh, N. C. 

books, smiles, page boy bob. perplexity 

Sigma Lambda Literary Society 41; FreWclr Club 41; Sigma. 




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Christine Colridge Hatfield 
Ashland, Pennsylvania 

Harvard, sports, fun, early morning walks 

('Are Club 40; Choir 40, 41; Publications Staff 40. Exchange Editor 
10; Stage Coach Art Staff 40. 41; Political Science Club 40. 41: Letter 
Club 40, 41; Athletic Council 41: Mu. President 41. 




Betty Watson Hilker 
Raleigh, N. C. 
sincerity, smiles, recitals, German 
Deutscher Verein 40, 41. Treasurer 41; Sigma. 



Jinnette Garland Hood 
Portsmouth, Virginia 

hockey, rings, letters, enthusiasm 

Doctors - Daughters' Club 40. 41. President 41; Letter Club 41: 
Glee Club 40, 41: Choir 41; Political Science Club 41; Legislative 
Body 41; Honor Council 41; Vice President of Student Body 41; 
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Cordelia Day Jones'"" 

Aulamlcr. N. C. 

voice. Altar Guild, graciousness, gentility 

Drive 40: Choir 39, 40. 41; Glee Club 39, 40. 41: Circle 41: May 
Conn 4(1: Altai Guild 41. President 41; Political Science Club 
41; Mu. 



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Katheriine Russell kium 
Raleigh, N. C. 
bobbed hair, vivacity- popularity . dancing 
Legislative Body 41; President of Day Students II; Mu.. 




Margaret Hodges (Citchin 

Scotland Neck. N. C. 

responsibility, clothes, friendliness, I irginia Beach 

Honor Council -JO: Hall Council 41. Assistant Secretary II; Presidenl 
Y.P.S.L. 41; Political Science Club 40, 41; Dramatic Club 10. 41; 
Altar Guild 41; Letter Club 41; Dance Club 41; Drive II; Mu. 




Sara Jane Kitchin 

Scotland Neck. N. C. 

talkativeness, laughs, breeziness. K.A. s. glasses 

Dramatic Club 40. 41; Political Science Club 11; Mini Guild II: 
Sigma. 



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Ella Gale Lamb 

Pasadena, California 

frankness, capability, California, attractiveness, curiosity 

Honor Council 41, Secretary 41; Publications Staff 41. Exchange 
Editor 41; Circle 41; Dramatic Club 40. 41; Political Science 
Club 40. 41. Chapel Treasurer 41; Granddaughters' Club 40, 41; 
Mu. 




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Sarah Allison Lance 
Clinton, N. C. 
conscientiousness, energy, sprightliness, bunny rabbits 
Deulscher Verein 40, 41; Glee Club 40, 41; Choir 40, 41: Sigma. 







Nancy McKinley 

Cleveland, Ohio 

capability, talent, wistfulness, piping nun'. A s 

Sigma Lambda Literary Society 10, 41, Vice President 40; Circle 40. 
41: Publications Staff 40; Editor of Belles 11: Altar Guild 41; 
Political Science Club 41; Chapel Treasurer 41; French Club 41; 
Sigma. 



Page Meredith Marshall 

Bedford. Virginia 

leadership, Annapolis, understanding, helpfulness 

Chairman of Hall Council 41; Legislative Body 40, 41; Circle 40. 
41; Editor of Handbook 40: Sigma Lambda Literary Society 
40, 41; Choir 40, 41; Glee Club 40, 41; Dramatic Club 40: Political 
Science Club 40, 41; Altar Guild 41; Y.P.S.L. Council 40, 41 ; Sigma. 



Helen Jean Meredith 

Lawrenceville, Virginia 

sit niters, proms, I irginia drawl 

Secretary and Treasurer Junior Class 40; Marshal 41; May Court 
41; Political Science Club 41; Altar Guild 41: Sigma. 



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[SABELI.E ElAYNES MONTGOMERY 
Lynchburg, Virginia 

congeniality, clotlies, casualness, yawns 

Altar Guild 41; Granddaughters' Club 40, 41; Dramatic I lub 40, -II; 
Deutscher Verein 40, 41; Political Science Club 11; Mu. 




Leila Alston Morrison 

Concord, N. C. 

level headedness, earrings, Duke, interest 

French Chili 41; Altar Guild 41; Choir 41: Dramatic Club 41; Sigma 



Martha Hill Newell 

Richmond, Virginia 

records, drumsticks, puns, mischief 

Circle 41; Legislative Body 41; Letter Club 40, 41, President 41; 
Political Science Club 40, 41; Deutscher Verein 40, 41; Publications 
Stall 40, 41; Dramatic Club 40, 41; Drive Committee 40; .1/;/. 



Susan Coleman Nobll 

Gloucester, Virginia 

'"Brat." telephone calls, cooperation, excitement 

Letter Club 39, 40, 41; Granddaughters' Club 39, 40. 41; Political 
Science Club 41; Hall Council 41; Art Editor, Stage Coach 41; 
Altar Guild 41; Mu. 






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Catherine Simmons Powell 

Whiteville, \. <:. 

slinky null:, eyes, friendliness, long hair 

Sigma Lambda Literary Society 40. 41, President 41: Dramatic Club 
10. 41. President 41; Political Science Club 41; Mu. 




Anna Jean Rodglrs 

Birmingham, Alabama 

angora sweaters, china dolls, pastels, drawl, "pinkie" 

Dramatic Club In. II: Political Science Club 40. 41: Altar Guild 41; 
Manager of Little Store 41 ; Mu. 



Myrtle Winifred Rosenbaum 

Tarboro, N. C. 

tennis, pompadours, friendliness, pearls 

Poller Club 40. 41; Altar Guild 41: Political Science Club 11: 
Sigma. 



Helen Knight Royster 

Henderson, N. C. 

cardigans, walks, hands, dependability, arguments 

Choir 111.41; Doctors' Daughters' Club 40. 11: K.A.1". Literarj 
Societ) 40, 41; Political Science Club 41; Granddaughters' Club 
10. 41: \l„. 



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Ann Parkinson Seeley 

Raleigh, N. C. 

red, lent pei anient, good grades, portraits 

Dance Clul) 38, 39; E.A.P. Literary Society 39. 40, 41; Circle 40. 41. 
Secretary 41; Publications Staff 39, 40, 41. Editor of Bulletin 41; 
French Club 41; Art Staff Stage Coach 39, 40, 41; Mu. 




Majorie Mae Stenhouse 

Goldsboro, N. C. 

meekness, plaid shirts, swagger, Service League 

Y.P.S.L., Secretary 41; Granddaughters' Club 40. 41; Doctors' 
Daughters' Club 40, 41: Altar Guild 41; Political Science Club 41; 
Choir 41 ; Dramatic Club 40. 41 ; Mu. 



Ellen Mary Stucky 

Fort Myers, Florida 

bracelets, good times, movies, indifference, long nails 

Choir 40, 41; Glee Club 40, 41; Political Science Club 41; Dramatic 
Club 40, 41 ; Mu. 



Margaret Gold Swindell 

Wilson, N. C. 

odd jewelry, frailty, mail, efficiency 

Granddaughters' Club 40. 41; Political Science dub 41: Pub 
lications Staff 40. 41, Editor of Stace Coach 41; Circle 41; 
Altar Guild 41, Secretary 41; French Club 41; Art Staff 41; 
Sigma. 




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Daisy Dean Tart 

Dunn. N. C. 

orchids, legs, serenity, navy blue 

French Club 41, Vice President 41; Sigma Lambda Literary Society 
40, 41; Political Science dub 41; Mu. 




Mary Augusta Taylor 

Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

camellias, house parties, knitting, odd records, pipes 

E.A.P. Literary Society 40, 41; French Club 41; Dramatic Club 40; 
Political Science Club 41; Art Stafl 40, 41: Publications Staff 40, 41; 
Utai Guild 41; Mu. 





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Kathleen Ball Thompson 

Raleigh, N. C. 
smiles. Kappa Sigs, worrying 
Deutsche! Verein 40, 41; Mu. 



Elizabeth Corbitt Toeplema.n 

Henderson, N. C. 

Promtrotter, "Misses." Sweet Briar. Sun tan 

Dramatic Club 40. 41; Granddaughters' Club 40. 41: Sigma 
Lambda Literaiy Society 40, 41; Letter Club 40, 41; Glee Club 41; 
Dance Marshal 41; Publications Staff 41; Altar Guild 41; Drive 
41; May Court 41; Political Science Club 41. President 41: Mu. 



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Betty Henley Vann 

Franklinton, N. C. 

sisters, Drive, brace*, nil slur teams, silliness 

Letler Club 40. 41: Political Science Club 40. 41; Altar Guild 41: 
Drive Committee 40. 41. Chairman 41; Hall Council 40. Secretary 40; 
Granddaughters' Club 40. 41; Mn. 



Betty Winston Wales 

Edenton, N. C. 

swimming, "Silver." hamburgers, marshalling 

Marshal 41; Altar Guild 41: Political Science Club 41: Lettei Club 
40, 41; Granddaughters' Club 40, 41; Dance Club 41; Sigma, Vice- 
President 41. 



Edla Holmes Walker 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 

dances, measles, diets. Citadel 

Choir 40, 41; Glee Club 40; Drive Committee 40, 41; Doctors' 
Daughters' Club 40. 41; Political Science Club 41; Altar Guild 
41; Dance Club 41, President 41; Sigma. 





Mary Alexander Wells 

Wilson, \. C. 

lions, disorder, bass voice, dramatics 

Dramatic Club 40, 41; Granddaughters' Club 40. 41; Dance 
Club 41; Political Science Club 41; Altar Guild 41; Sigma. 



Mary Doyle White 

Ederttorij V C. 

wise cracks, batter balls. Charlee. high heels 

Glee Club 10: Political Science Club 40; Cheer Leader 40; 
Choir 41: Altar Guild 41; E.A.P. Literary Society 40. 41; Dance 
Marshal 40, Chief 41; Mu. 



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Mary Frances Wilson 

Charlottesville. \ a. 

horn runs, Davidson, queer ideas, [weed coals 

Dramatic Club 40. 41 j Altar Guild 41; Publications Staff 41; Sigma 
Lambda Literary Society 40, 41; Deutsche? Verein 40, 41; Grand- 
daughters' Club 40, 41; Sigma. 



Anna Wadsworth Wood 

Edenton, N. C. 

poise, May Queen, Carolina, pleasantness 

Hall Council 40; Granddaughters' Club 40, 41, President 41; Chief 
Marshal 41; Political Science Club 41; Altar Guild 41; Art Staff 41; 
May Queen 41; Dance Club 41; Sigma. 



Katherine Gray Woodard 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

flippancy, originality, sport classics, twinkling eyes 

Y.P.S.L. Council 39. 40. 41; Hall Council 41; Granddaughters' 
Club 39. 40, 41; Political Science Club 41; Altar Guild 41; Glee 
Club 41; Dramatic Club 40, 41, Treasurer 41; Marshal 41; Mu. 



Mary Sievers Woody 

Roxboro, N. C. 

blond hair, grins, spring hats, magazines 

Hall Council 40: Dramatic Club 41; Altar Guild 41; Political 
Science Club 41; Mu. 



Bettie London Wooten 

Fayetteville, N. C. 

Ca'lina drawl, dreaminess, week-ends, hair curlers 

Granddaughters' Club 40. 41; Altar Guild 41: Political Scienc< 
Club 40, 41; Dramatic Club 41; Sigma. 



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Little girl, uhat now . . . Trouble??? . . . Mr. Moorrre, I can't . . . come on, Helen 

. . . penny for your thoughts . . . 
Wipe off that grin . . . monkey shines . . . Ca'Iina here I come . . . Cheshire cat 
Come hither air . . . Nuts to you . . , Woo! Woo! ... HI El, a big one . . . 



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Esquire's Harem girl . . . "One Fine Day" . . . bored with Life . . . nice pose, Sadie . . . 

Sour grapes . . . 
Taking nil . . . Parlez-vous Francaise? . . . Harvard gal . . . Mary, Wary far from contrary 
The British, Pinkie? . . . 

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Chug lug, Chug lug . . . Bumper babe . . . 

Ooh, la, la . . . Why, Biz . . . can't catch me . . . 

Icicle . . . we're in the navy now . , . but don't go near the water 



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Frances Powe. \hc President: 



Elizabeth Aiikins, President 



The officers of the Junior Class have welded the vivacious, provocative, 
unpredictable horde of September's Juniors into a unified student body 
majority, the Seniors-to-be. 



After taking the bumps with a smile, these SENIORS-TO-BE step to the front 
to fill in the gap created by their respected elders who were graduated in May. 
They constitute the largest body in the school and bring with them each year new 
ideas and eager interests that stimulate the development of the school. From this 
group that is the lifeblood of the school the Leaders of the coming year are 
selected to carry on and develop the work of the previous year. The Juniors step 
lively each Spring sponsoring the annual Junior-Senior and the Class Day daisy 
chain preparing to take the reins as the Senior Class of 1942. 



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Elizabeth Hyman Adkins 
Richmond, Va. 

Ellis Barnard 
Chevy Chase, Md. 

Elizabeth Mershon Battle 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Martha Ann Battle 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Pauline Bernhardt 
Lexington, N. C. 

Ruth Waters Bond 
Tarboro, N. C. 



Charlotte Elizabeth Buchholtz 
Batavia, N. Y. 

Grace Elaine Butler 
Roseboro, N. C. 

Ann Castleman 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Carolyn Cauble 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Minkie Clarke 
Maysville, Ky. 

Mildred Lewis Cleveland 
Spartanburg, S. C. 



Eva Carolyn Cobb 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Sarah Joyce Cooper 
Rome, Ga. 

Jane Haughton Cowan 
Durham, N. C. 



Olive Marwood Cranston 
Augusta, Ga. 

Frances Elizabeth Crowher 
Raleigh, N. C 

Josephine Cureton 
Greenville, S. C. 




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( Cecelia ( aw incton Dicks 
Rockingham. N. C. 

Anne Westcott Dunn 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Anna Meredith Flick 
Tarboro, N. C 



Si i. Dimi \i w Gant 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Julia Jeannette Garrison 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Rena Micks Graham 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



Florence Caroline Harris 
Raleigh, N. C. 

[da Dunn Harris 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Mary Wright Holland 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Mh dred Borden Lee 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Pauline Gervain Lindsay 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

Jean Lyon 
Fayetteville, N. C. 



Anne Whitaker McClenachan 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Dorothy McDowell 
Kershaw, S. C. 



Charlotte Ann Mahan 
Charlottesville, Va. 



Si i An \ Mii.i.iken 
Southern Pines. N. C. 



Rosa Moore Macai lay 
Waynesboro, Ga. 



Helen Ball Moore 
Raleigh, N. C. 



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Jean Atkinson Motter 
Hellam. Pa. 

Kathryn Wheeler Norman 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Catherine Anne Oliver 
Jackson Heights, N. Y. 



Nancy Peters Peete 
Warrenton, N. C. 



Mary Bruce Peters 
Radford, Va. 



Frances Banks Powe 
Durham, N. C. 



Ida Jones Quintard 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Mary Sophia Redwood 

Asheville, N. C. 

Mary Katherine Roper 
Winter Garden. Fla. 



Eleanor Winn Shelton 
Richmond, Va. 

Olivia Anne Smith 
Rowland, N. C. 

Margaret Dupuy Stuart 
Bluefield, W. Va. 



Mary Elizabeth Swain 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Bettie Battle Thorpe 
Pelham Manor. N. Y. 

Emily Jane Thuston 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Mary Bryant U pshaw 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Grace Stoneham Walker 
Ahoskie, N. C. 

Betty Walters 
Rockingham, N. C. 




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Carolyn Hoke West 
Kinston, N. C. 

Acnes Meredith Wilkinson 
Lacrosse, Virginia 

Elizabeth Winslow Willcox 
Norfolk. Virginia 



Grace Harper Woodard 
Wilson, N. C. 



Alice Walton Yount 
Hickory, N. C. 



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Virginia Lanchorne Alexander 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Dorothy Lee Barrett 
Richmond, Va. 

Peccy Lilner Beale 
Franklin, Va. 



Alice Peoples Bell 
Pittsboro, N. C. 

Hannah Townsend Bell 
Red Springs, N. C. 

Helen Crews Bobbitt 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Elizabeth Ann Bronson 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Mildred Caison 
Clinton. N. C. 



Eucenia McWhorter Cox 
Mount Olive, N. C 



Mary Cleaves Daniels 
Gnldsboro, N. C. 

Mary Elephare Dwelle 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Martha Link Frye 
Hickory, N. C. 



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Jean Fulton 
Roanoke, Va. 

Marion Gray Glenn 
Camden, S. C. 

Jane Gresley 
Lake Lure, N. C, 



Marcaret Wilson Hairston 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Anne Hobson 
Salisbury, N. C. 

Jane Emerson Hubbard 
Heathsville, Va. 



Nancy Travis Hunt 
Oxford, N. C. 

Helen Lorraine Jackson 
Plymouth, N. C. 

Anne Rowan Johnson 
War, W. Va. 



Meredith Latham Johnston 
Plymouth, N. C. 

Elizabeth Ann Jones 
Aulander, N. C. 

Elizabeth Smedes Jones 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Sue Kitchin Joyner 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Janet McNeil Kelly 
Erwin, N. C. 

Mary-Gene Kelly 
Ottawa, Kan. 



Mary Jane Kelly 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Marion Kirk McLeod 
Sumter, S. C. 

Dolores Elizabeth Mullett 
Fort Bragg, N. C. 




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Kathryn Nelson 
Tampa, Fla. 

Mary Lucille Nukthcutt 
Wilmington, Del. 

Lucy Rascoe Outlaw 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 



Anne Douglas Owens 
Maysville, Ky. 



K Minn n Pace 
Aberdeen. N. C. 



Ellen Montcomery Phlecar 
Norfolk, Va. 



Nanc^ Rose Poe 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Jam; Taylor Poulnot 
Charleston, S. C. 



AuRELIA III (,ER RuTHERFOORD 

Roanoke, Va. 



Margaret Whitfield Speight 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Fin Ward Stephenson 
Pendleton, N. C. 

Mary Lou Stephenson 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Martha Elizabeth Strjbling 

Atlanta, Ca. 

\ ircinia Louise Taylor 
Boone, N. C. 

Rebecca Hiuliard Warm 
Plymouth, N. C. 



Josephine Anne Will 
Indian Head. Md. 

Mary Emily Williams 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Nancy Wilson 
Batavia, N. Y. 



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Mixing the priceless charm of college life with the mechanical drudgery 
of pounding typewriters, the business class looks ahead with confidence 
to the world of nine to five. 



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Loulie Murchison, President 
Clara Sherrod, Vice President 




Frances Lichtfoot Barrett 
Richmond, Va. 

Frances Patricia Brooks 
Bristol, Pa. 

Betsy Burgess 

Sarasota, Fla. 



Marion Deacon Burns 
JYIoorestown, N. J. 

Elizabeth Ann Christian 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Betsy Ann Clendenin 
Raleigh, N. C 



Jean Marie Clendenin 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Kelsey Carr Crocker 

Raleigh, N. C 



Margaret Bulluck Cromartie 
Raleigh, N. C. 




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Marion Walker Darden 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Rodney Anne Eatman 
Raleigh, N. C. 

M \rtha Parks Field 
Gloucester, Va. 



Mildred Lucille Gill 
Charlotte, N. C. 

M \m Alice Hoover 
Thomasville, N. C. 

Mary Cook Huske 
Fayetteville, N. C. 



Evelyn June Johnson 

Rah-igh, N. C. 

Mary Frances Johnson 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Vi Johnson 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Nancy Vircinia Lewis 
Mourn Airy. N. C. 

Martha Lillian Lynch 
Raleigh, N. C. 

June Margaret Makepeace 
Sanford, N. C. 



Loulie Mljrchison 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Priscilla A. Parham 
Henderson, N. C. 

Vircinia Randolph Pell 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Carolyn Ihrie Pol' 
Raleigh, N. C. 



TlIKLMA IsABELLE RaVENEL 

Decatur, Ga. 



Carolyn Elizabeth Reed 
Hendi'ison, N. C. 



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Martha Burns Sharpe 
Guilford College, N. C. 

Jeanne Coral Shelton 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Clara Cole Si-ieruod 
High Point. N. C. 



Frances March Sweeney 
Salishury, N. C. 

Margaret Tull 
Kinston, N. C. 

Nancy Boyd Walker 
Heathsville, Va. 



Margaret Kendall Wall 
Enfield, N. C. 

Credilla Barksdale Wickjiam 
Annapolis, Md. 





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Nancy O'Herron, President, Sophomores 



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Ann Baker 
Greensboro, N. C. 

\l \m l'j i/viii i ii Bassett 
Bassett, Va. 

Marc \i:i.t Ann Bot le 
I lolumbia, S. C. 



BARNETT Merri weather Branson 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Elizabeth Landon Chase 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Fannie < xoss I ooper 
Henderson, N. C. 



Imh \ Dolores Facc 
Kernersville, N. C. 

Ann Helen Geochecan 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Catherine Gibbon 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Margaret Anne Grecory 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Elizabeth Grimes 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Henrietta D. Hampton 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Dorothea Hi un 
Spartanburg, S. C, 

Dorothy Herty 
Bethlehem, Pa. 

Susanne Headen Hi i;i n 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Martha Kh.hi 
Norfolk, Va. 



M \in El EZAItl III L.0\ E 

Burlington, V C. 



Cum Cox Li cas 
Greensboro, N. C. 



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Virginia Lee McRae 
Rockingham, N. C. 

Margaret Graham Mancuiv 
Rougemont, N. C. 

Nancy Patton Martin 
Norfolk, Va. 



Nell Dexter Niederhauser 
Gadsden, Ala. 

Nancy O'Herron 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Carolyn Eldred Peurifoy 
Walterhoro, S. C. 



Ann Neal Pless 
Marion, N. C. 

Gethyn Rucon Poisson 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Alma Gloria Reynolds 
Clinton, N. C. 



Marcia Blount Rodman 
Washington, D. C. 

Mary Stark Sneed 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Elizabeth Elcenia Thorne 
Columbia, S. C. 



Rerekah Tinsley 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

Sarah Frances Tucker 
Shanghai, China 

Betsey John West 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Lucile Chandler White 
Henderson, N. C. 

Sarah Rembert Wooten 
Raleigh, N. C. 





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First row'- Esther Suydam Bail-. Greensburg, Pennsylvania; Dorothy Mildred Campbell, 
Richmond, Staten Island, New York; Alice Bethenia Casteen, Leaksville, N. C; Elouise Mayrant 
Cuthbert, Suffolk, Virginia; Betty Anne Drysdale, Hendersonville, N. C. ; Elizabeth Ashe Fox, 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Second row : Marion Moore Thomas. Charlotte. N. C; Elizabeth Kabler Thompson. Forest, 
Virginia; Myrtilla Harvey, Kinston, N. C; Betty Van Dvke Hess. Fort Rraug. N. C; Rita Boxven 
Hickey, Raleigh, N. C; Sara Elizabeth Thornton, Norfolk, Virginia. 

Third rati: Almeria Sykes Holmes, Tampa, Florida; Edna Jane Hurt. Scottsboro, Alabama; 
Bettie Alexander Kendrick, Raleigh, N. C; Elise Martin Marshall, Garnett, S. C; Barbara Chalfield 
Mil, hell. Washington, 1). C: IVrrv Macfarland Neblette, Charlotte, N. C. 






Fourth row: Rose Whitehead Osborne, Asheville. N. C; Marj \oo Pettigrew, Asbeville, N. C.j 
Elizabeth Peirce Raborg, Phoenix, Arizona: Henrietta Ragland, Raleigh, N. C; Suzanne Schmidt, 
Fort Bragg, N. C; May French Taylor, Wilmington. N. C. Fifth row: Anne Louise Tyler, Arling- 
ton, \a.; Betty Caller Waring. West Point, Va. 

Fifth run Cordelia Wills Cain. Burlington, N. C; Rue Wilson Guthrie, Charlotte. N. C; 
Manila Page Hogg. Beckley, West Virginia; Eleanor. Randolph Thomas. Charlotte, N. C. 



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Ann Seeley 
Bulletin 

Iarcaret Gold Swindell 
Stage Coach 

Nancy McKinley 
Belles 



These three enthusiastic journalists and their adviser peer microscopically 
at galley proof and with literary abandon edit the "Belles,' the "Bulletin," 
and the Stage Coach. 

To the harassed PUBLICATIONS STAFF, the year is one assignment after another. 
One staff of nineteen members and the three editors of the semiweekly Belles, the 
quarterly Bulletin and the annual Stage Coach contributes all of the copy for these 
three publications. Stimulated by the swift, sure hands of Nancy McKinley, the 
Belles lias maintained and developed the high standard set by former editors. Nancy, 
who believes that no paper is of any literary value unless it presents a balanced 
diet of fact and fun, has endeavored to give the students not only what they want 
but articles that will stimulate their interest in events in other fields. Versatile and 
original Ann Seeley, who edits the Bulletin between contributions to the Belles, has 
captured the spirit and high spots of Saint Mary's in her spring edition. She has 
added color to that really literary publication by snapshots and formal pictures of 
campus life. She has incorporated in her brainchild the journalistic and literary 
efforts of the members of the E.A.P. and Sigma Lambda literary societies. The 1941 
Stage Coach this year has endeavored to show the progress in school life and the 
contributions of this Student Body to the school. No better person than Margaret 
Gold Swindell could have been chosen to cope with the tremendous undertaking of 
organizing the most permanent publication of the school year. She has contributed 
her originality and individuality to this annual. Not to be outdone by the resplendent 
water colors of the year before. Sue Noble, 1941 Art Editor, undertook the tedious 
task of collecting brightly daubed end-sheets and title pages. Sue, who undertook 
most of the art work, was assisted primarily by Pat Bell, and Elizabeth Ann Jones, 
Ann Seeley, and Miss Harris, who have bent their efforts to giving this annual life 
and color. Mary Emily Claiborne and Meredith Wilkinson are the chief student 
photographers and as mainstays of the Photography Club succeeded in adding local 
color and personal touches with snapshots. The editors of all three publications 
are as usual indebted to Mr. Moore, their faculty adviser, who has contributed so 
readil) bis time and energy to make sure that these publications are worth) of the 
school and student body. 



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As a circle symbolizes unity, so the purpose of this organization is In promote a 
spirit of cooperation between facult) and the students by the cultivation of high ideals 
of fellowship, service, citizenship, and scholarship, and to assist new students in 
finding their places in school life and activities. 



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These girls learn the value of frank, outspoken criticism, and give vent to their opinions, 
their dreams, and their favorite tales in essays, poems, and short stories. 




The Sigma Lambda (top ) and E.A.P. Literary Societies are rivals in the field of creative 
writing. The girls get practical experience in expressing ideas and presenting criticism. 
The finest selections among their essays, poems, and short stories are awarded points in 
competition for the Literary Society cup, won last year by the E.A.P. 's, this year b\ the 
Sigma Lambda's. 



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l nder the enthusiastic direction (il Miss Johnson, llie French Club has. with spon- 
taneity, folk songs, puppets, and Southern French accents, greatly enlivened Tuesday nights. 



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The German club students discuss culture and problems of pre-war Germany. 
The members ol the Deutscher Verein this year devoted themselves mainly to relief 
work for Great Britain. 




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For competition and for entertainment the Dramatic Club works with footlights, 
greasepaint, and frequent lapses of memory under the authoritative and enthusiastic eyes of 
its five officers. 



The DRAMATIC CLUB under the direction of Miss Florence Davis presented The 
Devil and Daniel Webster at the annual drama festival at Chapel Hill in April. The 
Commencement Play was As You Like It. Also, the club gave an indoor circus with every- 
thing from sawdust to side shows as its Bundles-for-Britain project. 




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To the POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB each year come speakers to enlighten the mem- 
bers on such vital matters as government and current affairs. It is an open forum for all 
who are interested in national and international problems and pay for a clearer under- 
standing of the complex world outside the grove. 



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The main interest of this group is service to others. 




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Sopranos and altos ring to to the delight of the musical ear. 




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Voices blend in loud Amen. 



Each Sunday the choir under the able 
guidance of Mr. Broughton and Miss Cate 
contributes to the chapel services its hymns 
of praise. 



The angel chorus, the March of the Wise Men and the clear sweet soprano of 
Cordelia Jones as the Virgin Mary in the CHRISTMAS PAGEANT were as much a 
part of our Christmas celebration as Christmas trees and tinsel. 



"Still grows the evening o'er Bethlehem town." 




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the untiring efforts of Miss Harve) and Miss Goss, athletics is one of the main 

he campus. In the hours devoted to dancing, the students learn rhythm and the 

of movement. The ideas of May Day are worked out in these classes, and the 

1 the pageant are chosen on the basis of their grace and rhythmical interpretation. 

There is keen competition between 
the Sigma's and Mu's in all branches 
of athletics, and the members of the 
honorary Letter Club are chosen from 
the all star teams of the various 
sports. The athletic council, made 
up of the two instructors, the presi- 
dent of the Sigma's and the Mu's. 
president of the Letter Club, and two 
other students, arrange the physical 
education program for the year in- 
cluding classes, play day. outside 
sports, and May Day. 

The Sigma-Mu party, our first 
athletic meet of the year, provided 
Inn and excitement lor all. The 
faculty, good sports that they are, 
joined students in the most hilarious 
and undignified relav races. 

Hockey, kickball. basketball and 
volley ball games followed one 
another in swift succession until 
Spring called classes and students to 
the tennis courts. Eight on a court 
practiced their forehand, back hand 
anil serving strokes until they ironed 
out the kinks in their technique, and 
then they began to play in earnest. 
"Move up to it! You've got to move!" 
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laugh by an exaggerated take-off on some erring Alice Marble. The final tennis team played 
some beautiful games. The courts were full and the sound of racquet and ball was heard day 
in and day out. The swimming meet brought exciting relays and competitive diving in which 
our best swimmers showed beautiful form. Senior Life Saving students had killed two birds 
with one stone by getting off their eight hours of required swimming" and becoming Senior 
Life Savers in one "stroke." Everyone had a chance to play his favorite sport on the Play Days 
when the whole school turned out en masse to compete. A well organized afternoon of 
athletic diversion lured us all out to find our places under the sun and competition was almost 
of the cutthroat variety. The Drive sold drinks to thirsty athletes and tension ran high until 
the scores were tabulated and the winning athletic team made known. This year the require- 
ments for membership in the Letter Club were changed. Admission requirements for entrance 
to the club were placed on the basis of belonging to two All Star teams while those students 
on one All Star team were awarded monograms. The athletic banquet was a high spot of the 
year climaxed with toasts and awards, and the winning society was awarded the plaque amidst 
cheers and applause. 




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Lots of things are won on the playing fields of Saint Mary's . . . See it? 

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Sainl Mary's holds three forma/ dances every year, one each sponsored by the 
.Seniors. Juniors and Underclassmen respectively. Students armed with papers of 
pins and brightly colored crepe paper transform the g\ in into Central Park or Paris 
in the spring on short notice. Girl-break dances provide less formal, but equallv 
enjoyable opportunities for Saturday night diversion. Dance Marshals, chosen from 
the different classes, supervise the formal and informal dances and see that they all 
run off smoothly. Mary White is Chief Dance Marshal and her assistants are: senior 
class. Kathe.rine Fleming. Elizabeth Toepleman; junior class. Langhorne Alexander. 
Vi Johnson. Mildred Lee; underclassmen. Dorothy Harris. Almeria Holmes. Cora 
Lucas, Eleanor Thomas, and Elizabeth Thorne. 




get oil my toes. . . . about face! 



Dress Parade. 

There's sumpin' about a uniform. . 
Dagwood and Blondie. . . . 

Music, maestro. . . . My, My. . . . Hood, the wonder girl. . . . not bad. Elephare 
How 'bout a waltz. . . . How do you do. . . . "Italic"; miff said. . . . 



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Dance marshals, at rest 



Mostly saxophone . . . 

Well, isn't this cozy? 



La Conga . . . 

And then the fun began 



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Three tales from Arabian Nights unfolded with all of the extravagant 
splendor of the Orient. 




The elaborate spectacle of Arabian Nights unfolded before an appreciative audience on May 10. 
The scene opened with the entrance of sulky, resplendant King Shahriar. his attendants and his 
harem. In his search for amusement he required a new wife every night. In desperation the 
Grand Vizier introduced his daughter. Scherherazade, who inexhaustibly told the stories of Aladdin. 
Sinbad. and Ali Baba. These told, the King now satisfied that Scheherazade would be an interesting 
companion, crowned her his queen. Lovely, stately Anna Wood was Scheherazade, the May Queen 
and comely Anne Davis was her younger sister. Dinarzade. The members of the Harem court were 
Katherine Fleming, Jean Meredith. Margaret Blount. Anna Jean Rogers. Biz Toepleman, Mary 
Peters. Buddy Alexander, Jean Shelton. Nancy O Herron. and Eleanor Thomas. 




Storm queens in full sway . . . girl friend of a whirling dervish . . . 

"And most divinely fair" . . . what shall I do? . . . just made for Esquire 




Where's the dagger, you minx? . . . what, no pantaloons? . . . Myriad pearls to the 

Sultan's delight . . . 
To the beat of the Torn Tom , . . stormy accents of green and gray . . . 




Tapestry unrolls before eager eyes ... up storms the lil' old man of the sea 
Feasts for the Sultan's eyes . . . Isn't he imposing? . . . 
Magic from the Genie's lamp . . . Who has our gold? . . . 



Poise for llie public, order for mass meetings, and beauty for every occasion distin- 
guish the live Marshals. 




Vlartha Battle, Bulb Bo 



Jean Fulton. Chief; Kathryn Nelson, Elizabeth Adkins. 



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Early every spring five members of the Junior Class are elected by the Student Body 
to be Marshals. These girls are chosen on the basis of posture, poise, personality, and 
patience, for theirs is the duty of leading and seating the Student Body and maintaining 
order in the Chapel and Auditorium. From the time that they assume ofiu'e on Easter 
Sunday, their duties range from ushering in the Chapel to collecting ballots when the stu- 
dents vote. At all school entertainments they usher, distribute programs, and accommo- 
date the students as well as town visitors. The Chief Marshal dismisses the Student Body 
after graduation exercises by dropping, traditionally, her handkerchief. 



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From a group of ten girls chosen by the faculty, the Honor Council and 
class presidents select six who have best exemplified loyalty to the school, who 
have continually worked for the betterment of Saint Mary's: 



Adelaide Rodman Curtis 
Elvira Young Cheatham 
Sue Somerville Harwood 



Margaret Hodges Kitchin 
Cordelia Day Jones 

Ann Parkinson Seeley 



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To recognize achievement, the student body each year elects eight out- 
standing girls, who are accorded this distinction on the basis of scholarship, leader- 
ship, sportsmanship, and general participation in school affairs. Turn the page. 



PAGE MERE" 1 



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nancy Mckinley 




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Honor Council Willcox, Ford, Hood, Curtis, President; Lamb, Smith, Love 

II, ill Council: Bothwell, Stucky, Noble, Woodard, Curtis, Kelly, II, O.. Kitchin, M„ Marshall, P-, Chairman ,■ Will, Secretary; 
Tucker, Nelson, Adkins, Brooks. Harris. I. D.. Nortlicutt, Parham, Norman 

Legislative Body: Dunu, Co-chairman; Wickham, Secretary; Harris, Co-chairman; Adkins, Curtis, Marshall, P., Hood, 
Malum, Cheatham, Morrison, O'llrrrnn, Newell, Norman, Poisson. Moore. 

Sigma Lambda Literary Society: Powell, President; O'Herron, Ftce President; Rodman, Secretary-Treasurer; Roper, 
Bell, A., Bell. H., Claiborne, Dunn, Kissinger, Kelly. M. G.. Marshall, McKinley, Norman, Stribling, Sohenck, Tart Toepleman. 
Willcox, Wilson. 

/■'.IP. Literary Society: Quintard, President: Alexander, Vice President; Caslleman, Secretary-Treasurer; Love, Barnard, 
Clarke, Cobb, C, Gibbon, Hampton, Harwood, Hurley, Malian. Nelson, Pettigiw, Royster, Seeley, Mary Taylor, While 
Woodard, Grace. 

Publications Stag: McKinley, Editor Belles; Seeley, Editor Bulletin; Swindell, Editor Btac.t. Coach; Bell, A. Bell, II. 
Cold,. C, Dunn, Pord, Harwood. Kelly, M C. Newell, Norman, Quintard, Redwood. Smith, Stribling, Taylor, L.. Taylor. 
M., Toepleman, Lamb, Wilson. 

in. Staff: Noble, Art Editor; Gant. Hatfield, Adkins, Bayley, Milliken, Seeley, Taylor, Shelton, J., Wilkinson, Bothwell, 
Thorno, Cheatham, Nortlicutt, Bell, H., Barnard, McLeod, Stribling, Croniartie, Wood. Owens, Hess. TuckeT, Poisson, Rodman. 
Jones, E. A., Hoover, Swindell, Jackson, Harris. Lindsay. Lynch, Branson. Brooks. 

Dentscher Verein; Graham, President: Thorpe, Vice President: Lance, Will. Secretaries; Ililker. Bobbin. Treasurers: 
Boykin, Branson, Cobb. It., Kelly, M. G. Montgomery, Nelson, Newell, Owens, Phlegar, Poo. Speight, Stephenson, F.. 
Stribling, Stuart, Taylor. Thompson, K , Wilson. 

French Cluh : Fitzgerald, President: Tart. Vice President: Alexander, Secretary; Woodard, Grace, Treasurer; Baker, 
Bell, A., Bond, Boyle, Castleman, Clarke, Cowan, Fagg, Gibbon, Hurley. Kelly, J.. Love, Morrison, Motter, McKinley, 
O'Herron, Pettigrew, Poo. Powe, Rodman, Seeley. Stribling, Swindell, Taylor, Mary. 

Doctors' Daughters' Club: Hood, President; West, Vice President; Milliken, Secretary: Harwood. Gibbon. Graham. 
Cranston, Johnson, V., Kendrick, Kight, Macaulay, Mulxhison, Neblette, Nelson, Parham, Peetp, Royster. Sharpe, Shelton, 
E., Smith, Speight. Stenhouse, Stuart, Tucker, Walker, E., Walker, G„ Wilson, N. 

Granddaughters' Club: Wood. President; Fleming, Secretary-Treasurer; Baker. Battle. E., Martha Battle, Bell, A., 
Bernhardt, Castleman, Cobb, C, Cobb. M.. Cowan, Daniels, Ford. Gibbon. Graham, J.. Graham, R., Hardison, Harris, 
Harwood. Holland. Hubbard. Johnston. M.. Jones, E. S.. Joyner, Lamb, Lee. Lindsay, Motter, Murchison. McRae. Neblett, 
Peete. Powe, Quintard, Stenhouse, Swindell, Mary Taylor, Thomas, M Toepleman, Vann, Wales. Wells. West, Wliite, L., 
Willcox, Wilson, M., Woodard, K., Woolen. 

Political Science Club: Toepleman, President; Walker. Edla. Vice President; West, C, Secretary; Alexander, Bayley, 
Blount, Boykin, Burnett. Chambers, Cheatham, Claiborne, Cobb, M., Collins, Curtis. Daniels, Davis, Galbreath, .Graham. 

Harwood. TIaltield. Holland, H 1. Jones. C . Kitchin, M . Kitebin. S". J.. Lamb. Maeaulay. Marshall. P., Meredith. Montgomery. 

McKinley. McLeod. Newell. Noble. Phlegar. Redwood. Rodgers, Rosenbauni. Royster, Sherrod. Speight. Stenhouse, Stuart. 
Stucky. Swindell, Mary Taylor, Vann. Wales, Wells. Wilkinson. Willcox, Wood, Woodard, K. G.. Woody. Wooteo. 

Young Peoples Service League Council: Kitchin, M,, President; Battle, M,, Vice President; Stenhouse, Secretary: 
Alexander, Curtis, Ford, Hobson, Marshall, P., Redwood, Rutherford, Willcox, Woodard, K. 

Mtnr Guild: Cordelia Day Jones, President; Helen Somerville Pord, Vice President: Margaret Gold Swindell, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Blount. Boykin, Burnett. Chambers. Cheatham, Claiborne, Cobb, Collins. Curtis, Davis. Fleming. Ford, Galbreath. 
Graham Harwood, lluske. Johnson, Jones, Kitchin. M, Kitchin, S., Marshall, Meredith, Montgomery, Morrison, McKinley. 
Noble, Powell, Rodgers, Rosenhaum. Sherrod. Stenhouse, Swindell. Taylor, Toepleman, Vann, Wales, Walker, Wells, West, 
While. Wilkinson. Wilson, Wood. Woodard. Woody, Wooten. 

Choir: Claiborne, Jones, Bond, Lindsay, Lance, Love, Barrett, V>.. Barrett. F, Marshall. P.. Hatfield, Herty. Stenhouse. 
Wilson, N, Cheatham, Johnson, A., Hurt. Barnard. Hood, Fitzgerald, Walker, E„ White. Blount. Stucky, Ward. 

l.rller Club Mentors: Adkins, Bnrnett. Hatfield, Toepleman. Bayley. Burgess, Curtis. Love, Davis, Wilkinson. Newell. 
Rosenbauni, Vann, Claiborne, Wales, Christian, Noble, Lindsay, Hood, Herty, Barnard, Kitchin, M., Cobb, M.. Burns, 
Cooper, F., Crowder. 

Glee Club: Barnard, Barrett, D. Barrett. P., Clarke. Dunn, Fagg. Fitzgerald. Pluck, Harvey, Hood, Hubbard. Hunt. 
Hurley, Hurt, Huske, Jones, C, Jones. E„ Lance. Love, Lucas, Marshall, E,, Marshall. P., Motter. Page, Poe, Walker. G„ Walker, 
N.. Wall. Ward, Will, Woodard, G., Woodard. K. 




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Posing, dear . . . Book worm! . . . Snug as a hug . . . ••.Slipping" out? 



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Hals off to the Drive . . . 

Dance Club in still life . 



Art for beauty's sake . 
Ail editor in action 



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Two by two . . . Funny!! . . . Sunday morning session . . . 

Alexander, llie swoose . . . British relief circus . . . Ah. Ah! ... all eyes to the fronl . . . 

Original by Aldrich et Aldricli . . . hoi out there . . . wish we weighed that much . . . pretty maids 

No way lo diet . . . 
West Point, no doubt . . Paris in the spring . . . Idiot's dclighi . . . Oh, Johnny! . . . 



all in a row 




Ziegfeld girls . . . waiting for someone . . . Pollywog. the pitiful frog. . . . 

First degree glamor . . . "In your Easter bonnets" . . . Hi, chickens . . . 

"Don't take my sunshine away" . . . British Relief Funds reach thousand dollar 

mark! . . . Spring in the air . . . marathon? . . . 
Hoey speaks for aid to Britain Campaign . . . duck! , . . Boarding house reach . .' . 



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What, no [op hats? . . . hold that pose . . . Ah, Rubinoff 
Is that so? . . . "Two-timer" . . . "Ain't'" I lovely? 
Down the avenue . . . where's my hostess? . . . now. snake 
Gosh, what a climb . . . you, cute girls ... a bird's-eye view . 



■ < Hi. look al me lion 
. I see trouble . . . 



TO OUR 

STAGE COACH ADVERTISERS 

We express our appreciation and recommend 
the patronage of these firms 



Ambassador Theatre 
Blue Star Stores 
Boon-Iseley's Drug Store 
Boylan-Pearce, Inc. 
Brantley's Drug Store 
Briggs & Sons, Thos. H. 
Brogden Produce Company 
Bynum Printing Company 
California Fruit Store 
Capital Ice & Coal Company, Inc. 
Carolina Cleaners 
Carolina Coach Company 
Colonial Pines Hotel 
Cranford's Beauty Salon 
Cromley-Melvin Drugs 
Daniel, Wra„ Camera Shop 
Donations: Electric Service 

Cafeteria 

Five and Ten 

Gas Service 

Wholesale Meats 
Eckerd's 

Edwards & Broughton Company 
Ellisberg's 

Ellisberg's: Millinery Salon 
Fallon Company, Inc., J. J. 

Wyatt & Sons, 



Hudson-Belk Company 

Hudson Fish & Oyster Company 

Hotel Carolina 

Jean's 

Lame Packing Company, Inc. 

Lewis Sporting Goods Company 

Marsh Company, Inc., Geo. 

Neiman's Jewelers 

North Carolina Theatre 

Poole's Beauty Shop 

Porter Candy Company 

Preston, Inc. 

Royal Baking Company 

Royster's 

Siddell Studio 

Sir Walter Hotel 

Staudt's Bakery 

Stale, Palace. Capitol Theatres 

St. Mary's School and Junior College 

Strop Taxi Company 

Taylor's 

Thiem, James E. 

Walgreen 's 

White's Ice Cream Company 

Williams & Company, Alfred 

Wright's Dairy 



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The Stage Coach is the only publication oj Saint Mary's School and Junior 
College for which advertisements are accepted. A bulletin board list of our adver- 
tisers is kept at the school for the session. 



HUDSON-BELK COMPANY 

Raleigh's Largest Department Store 

Appreciates your patronage during the school 

year just ending and looks forward 

to serving you again during 

the coming year. 



YOU WILL ENJOY 
SHOPPING 



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1 12 Fayetteville Street 



MEET 

at the 

CALIFORNIA FRUIT 
STORE 



Lunches and Fountain Service 

that delight the most 

fastidious 



BOON-ISELEY'S 
DRUG STORE 

'"The College Drug Store" 

Max Factor and Dorothy Grey 
Beauty Preparations 



Fayetteville Street 
PHONE 7728 

Open Day and Night 



LANCE PACKING 
COMPANY, Inc. 



PEANUT PRODUCTS 
CANDIES 



Charlotte - - Greensboro 
North Carolina 



TAYLOR'S 



"The Show Place of the Carolina"*" 



YOU CAN FIND AT THIS GOOD STORE 

MOST ANYTHING DESIRED AT 

PRICES YOU WISH 

TO PAY 



WILLIAM DANIEL 
CAMERA SHOP 

22 West Hargett 


Lovely Things at Little Prices 


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108 Fayetteville Street 
Phone 4635 Raleigh, N. C. 


DEVELOPING 
CAMERA SUPPLIES 


Raleigh's Newest and Finest 


Special Service to 
Saint Mary's Students 


HOTEL CAROLINA 


The Nearest to Saint Mary's 


SCHOOL SUPPLIES . . . 

EVERSHARP PENCILS 

WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN 

PENS 

KODAKS and SUPPLIES 

ALBUMS 

MEMORY BOOKS 

POEMS 

LOOSE LEAF BOOKS 

STATIONERY 

SHEET MUSIC 

"House of Quality" 

JAMES E. THIEM 

Phone 2-2913 Raleigh, N. C. 


The New Silk Lastex 

JANTZEN 

Bathing Suit Has All the 
Glamour and Style 

It's the Perfect 
SWIM SUIT 

• 

LEWIS SPORTING 
GOODS CO. 

112 W. Hargett Street 



CAPITAL ICE b COAL COMPANY, Inc. 

PHONE 5589 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 

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WE SUPPLY THE ICE FOR YOUR REFRIGERATORS 
AND THE FUEL FOR YOUR HEATING PLANT 

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We Hope We Add to Your Comfort 


CROMLEY-MELVIN 
DRUGS 


WRIGHT'S DAIRY 
The Pines 


We Furnish Your Milk 
and Cream 


TWO STORES 
CAMERON PARK 

Phone 5834 


Garner Road — RFD No. 3 


SIR WALTER HOTEL BLDG. 

Phone 7533 


STROP TAXI CO. 

25c a Trip in City Limit 
ONE or FOUR 

PHONE 5811 

Oldest — Most Reliable 


Complete 
Drug Store Service 



CAROLINA COACH COMPANY 

Comfort Convenience Courtesy 

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Ash the Girls FT ho JY ent to Charleston 



GEO. MARSH CO., Inc. 

Wholesale Grocers 

310 South Harrington Street 
Raleigh, N C 



Say — 

" B A M B Y " 

ROYAL BAKING CO. 

B. STREB, Prop. 



Visit Raleigh's Finest and 
Largest Drug Store 

PATENT MEDICINES 

PRESCRIPTIONS 

COSMETICS : SUNDRIES 

(bckera s 

SODA FOUNTAIN and 
LUNCHEONETTE 



EVERYTHING 
For Saint Mary's Girls 



Raleigh's Smartest Shop 



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126 Fayetteville Street 
Featuring — 

SMART, STYLISH 
APPAREL 

For the College Miss Who Aspires 

to the Distinction of Being 

Smartly Gowned at 

AH Times 



BRANTLEY'S 
DRUG STORE 

The Place to Meet 
Your Friends 

For the BEST 

SODAS - ICE CREAM 
COSMETICS 

Drop in 

135 Fayetteville Street 
or Telephone 8834 


"CHEAP 

ELECTRICITY 

IS 

CHEAPER STILL" 


PORTER CANDY CO. 

Wholesale Confectioners 

Telephone 5329 31 3 S. Blount St 
Raleigh, N. C. 


* 

BLUE STAR STORES 

HOME OWNED 


Compliments of 

ELLISBERG'S 
Millinery Salon 

Exclusive Agency for 
Rafield — the Perfect School Hat 


BROGDEN PRODUCE 
COMPANY 

WHOLESALE FRUITS 
PRODUCE 

Dining Room Supplies 



DONATION 

WHOLESALE MEATS 


DONATION 

Eastern Carolina's 
Finest Cafeteria 


An Afternoon "Bite" 


Hudson Fish and Oyster 
Company 

Sea Foods for Your 
Dining Room 

Phone 5846 Raleigh 


delightfully served in our 
cozy place is an occasion 
most enjoyable. 

Meet your friends here! 


We Appreciate . . . 

Your patronage of the past 
season and sincerely trust our 
efforts to offer you the best 
in entertainment has been 
successful 

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AMBASSADOR 

STATE 

PALACE 

CAPITOL 

Operated by 
North Carolina Theatre 


STAUDT'S 
RETAIL STORE 

"Across the street from the Campus" 


Compliments of a 
FRIEND OF ST. MARY'S 



CRANFORD'S 
BEAUTY SALON 

MRS. T E. DOWDY 
Owner-Manager 

Phone 5768 Raleigh, N. C. 
Odd Fellows Building 


Tbej^iarux/iTLxl 

JEWELERS-SILVERSmiTHS 

RALEIGH. N.C- 

Phone 7704 
109 Fayetteville Street 


"ROISTERS" 

Since 1S65 

207 Fayetteville Street 

Raleigh, N. C. 

To eat stale eaiult/ is so silly, 
When fresh candy can be bought in 
the heart of the city. 


BYNUM PRINTING 
COMPANY 

BETTER PRINTING 

Phone 6417 
Raleigh, N. C. 


CAROLINA CLEANERS 

Phone 887] 116 Harrison Ave. 

Dry Cleaning - Pressing 
Altering - Dyeing 

0,ImI,^ Work oj the Highest Quality 
Prompt, Efficient Service 


FLOWERS ! 

Cut Flowers, Corsages, Graduation 
Bouquets, Decorations 

Phone 8347 

J. J. FALLON CO.. Inc. 

"We Grow the Flowers We Sell" 


Thos. H. Briggs & Sons 

Incorporated 

H ARDWAR E 

220 Fayetteville Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 

"The Convenient Place to Shop" 


SIDDELL STUDIO 

Raleigh, N. C. 

• 
Official Photographer for 

The Stage Coach 



DONATION 

5 and 10c STORE 


WHITE'S ICE CREAM 

"There IS a Difference" 

We Supply the Little 
Store 


THE HOTEL 

that is known as headquarters for 
Saint Mary's Visitors 

• 

The . . . 
HOTEL SIR WALTER 

Rates $2.50 Upward 

Roland A. Mumford, Manager 


JOB P. WYATT & SONS 
COMPANY 


HARDWARE and SEED 

BULBS, PLANTS 

and 

GARDEN SUPPLIES 


325-327 S. Wilmington Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 


Thanks for Your Patronage 

Poole's Beauty Shoppe 

"Raleigh's Permanent Wave Center" 

Established 10 Years 

Phone 4904 
Masonic Temple 


Alfred Williams & Co. 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Social Engraving 

Diplomas Certificates 

Commencement Invitations 

Books of All Publishers 
Established 1867 



NOTHING LIKE 


SAINT MARY'S 




STUDENTS 


GAS 


ARE ALWAYS WELCOME 




AT 


for 


WALGREEN'S 


COOKING 


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HOT WATER 


Raleigh's Most Popular 


REFRIGERATION 


DRUG STORE 




Always the Newest 


© The Colonial Pines Hotel 
extends congratulations to 


. . . in . . . 
QUALITY 


the Class of '41, and awaits 
with pleasant anticipation 


MERCHANDISE 


the return of the student 




body in the Fall. 


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Boylan-Pearce, Inc. 




"Raleigh's Shopping Center" 



SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Mrs. Ernest Cruikshank, A M , President 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

High School graduates are offered two years of Grade A College work. 
The Curriculum also includes 10th, 11th, and 12th grades of High School 
work. All Academic Courses fully accredited by the Southern Association 

Excellent Courses in Art, Business, Expression, Home Economics 

and Music Departments with Tuition included 

in General Charge 

Twenty-Acre Campus — Field Sports — Gymnasium — Tennis 
Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool — Horseback Riding — Golf 

ANNUAL SESSIONS — MID-SEPTEMBER TO JUNE 
Write A. W. Tucker, Business Manager, for Catalogue and View Book 



Render Unto Caesar" . . . 

Few students when they read THE STAGE COACH and look with 
interest through its pages realize the long hours of continued 
effort and capability required of the staff in the preparation 
of copy, calls on the merchants, and the many other endless 
duties required of an efficient staff member. So — give it a 
thought and render a tribute to those staff members of your 
publication who have served faithfully their school and their 
fellow students in these extra curricula activities. 



Edwards & Broughron Company 



Raleigh, North Carolina 




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